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Increased encryption a double-edged sword for the enterprise

Governments cry foul over encryption, but enterprises have problems too read more »

Microsoft counts on security and device management to hold on to the enterprise

Revamp of Patch Tuesday procedures and new data and system protections announced at Ignite read more »

Whose fault data breaches? Most security pros point at CISOs and CIOs

RSA Conference survey finds that CEOs are not the first job on the line when hackers call read more »

NSA spied on Airbus with help of German intelligence, documents allege

Aircraft maker considering legal action over allegations dating back to 2002 read more »

Does DevOps hurt or help security?

IT is up to IT leaders to drive the right behaviour read more »

Racing Post and retailer Office shamed into publishing data security plans

Both dodged a fine, but were forced to update the ICO on how they would prevent data breaches read more »

6 hard truths security pros must learn to live with

Caveat emptor: Security solutions will always fall short in addressing the fundamental flaws of securing IT systems read more »

Mobile adoption in NHS held back by inadequate security, says IT director

Expect to see more NHS trusts hand out mobiles as encryption is now ‘up to scratch’ on consumer devices read more »

BT chooses CA to power new Assure Cloud Identity service

Pushes ability to get enterprises up and running quickly read more »

Sony hackers used fake Apple ID emails to target employees

Hackers probably gained access to Sony's network last year after a series of phishing emails aimed at system engineers, network administrators and others who were asked to verify their Apple IDs. read more »

UK's new rail signalling system at risk from malicious insider, expert says

ERTMS hack could cause disruption or serious accident, says David Stupples read more »

SAP patches login flaw in ASE database

Combined with other flaws, complete access to a database could be gained read more »

Encryption is still a management 'pain' for UK organisations, study shows

Regulators demand it. But it's easier to say than do, finds Thales e-Security study read more »

Many UK firms take two weeks to realise they're under cyber attack says Intel

Hackers wait for no one, once they have established a breach read more »

HP partners with FireEye for cyberattack investigation and response

FireEye's technology will be offered as part of HP's Enterprise Services read more »

Microsoft moves to address customers' concerns about cloud control and transparency

The company will launch new features for Office 365 designed to give organizations more control and visibility into their data read more »

BT launches new service to 'ethically hack' cars, buses and trucks

Motor makers are worried about security - BT thinks it has the answer read more »

Attacks against industrial control systems double

UK, US and Finland on the front line read more »

Bullseye as Patriot missile firm Raytheon buys Websense in $1.9 billion deal

Security firms falling like skittles as defence giant turns to cybersecurity read more »

Whistleblowers at risk when using US government websites

ACLU recommends that more websites be upgraded to use HTTPS read more »

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